Picture perfect ending to an otherwise average day on the road. It seems as though climbing dominated today and the pestering headwind that blasted my face for a considerable portion of the day didn’t help the ride or my mental state for that matter. In addition to those two annoying cycling circumstances, a light rain fell for two abbreviated segments. Though slightly refreshing as it was very light, the fear of not knowing how much or the rate of rainfall is enough to keep a cyclist even more uncomfortably close to the edge of their bike seat.
Another notable but not nice part of the day stretched for a few miles along the route today – road construction. Rocky roads and absent shoulders were crossed alongside logging trucks, semis, and RV’s.
The tavern and eatery 10 miles from the pristine waters of McGregor lake provided good grub and nourished me till my destination.
The campground offered much open space and quiet as there were only two other parties, including the camp hosts, in the entire campground.
My east-facing campsite on the lake truly was the best site in the campground:
The day ended with a view that would never get boring: